With our extension Squash & Stretch, creating motion graphics and After Effects is really easy I just select some layers, choose a behavior I want, and apply it. Then I do the same for all other layers and I’m done. You can animate individual letters like this B here and in the CartoonBundle we have complex animations like jumping down some stairs. and since Squash & Stretch just creates keyframes we can adjust them easily to your scene. Of course you can also flip the animations easily if you want them to go in the other direction Intuitive parameters like “Squash & Stretch” or the “Oomph” parameter give you full control of what you’re doing. Some behaviors even come with multiple variants such that you can create more variations by applying one variant to one layer and another variant to another layer. And since we continue to develop more bundles, the behaviors you can use get more and more the animation of the letters in this scene looks pretty complex but all we did is actually just applying randomly the three different “Jump in Perspective” behaviors. Then we randomly shifted them a bit in time to create some more variation and that’s it! The “Throw in Wall” behavior that we’ve applied here to the N is another real highlight of the Cartoon Bundle. Except for the animation of the line and the camera moves, really everything we animated here in this video has been created with “Squash & Stretch”. Curious? Then watch our in depth tutorial series where we explain you all the details of how we did it. Creating high quality motion graphics in Ae has never been so fast and so easy.